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[slack] <Karajan> You mean Int[] vs. a[] = 2; a[]?
[slack] <pfitzseb> yes
[slack] <Karajan> I should make that code working but eh... πŸ˜‹ Hm, so there is no list of defined/known types we could check against?
[slack] <pfitzseb> well that breaks with user defined types, so it's not an option
[slack] <Karajan> Well, it'd only work after they are defined in a running session, I assume?
[slack] <pfitzseb> ah, no, the syntax highlighting can't take any runtime state into account
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[slack] <Karajan> I see, so not really an option...
[slack] <Karajan> Well, at least with the option you mentioned all the Evil People using that nasty ~CamelCase~ TitleCase for their variables would be appropriately punished :shrug:πŸ˜„
[slack] <pfitzseb> camelCase isn't TitleCase though πŸ˜‰
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[slack] <Karajan> Damnit.
[slack] <Karajan> Still, you're right. At least from my perspective I think that would be an improvement. I'd guess not too many people are using both TitleCase for variables and Refs frequently? But then again, I have only my own experience to measure that against. Would it be worth opening an issue for that somewhere?
[slack] <pfitzseb> yeah, do open an issue at https://github.com/JuliaEditorSupport/atom-language-julia
[slack] <Karajan> Alright, will do. Thanks!
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[slack] <dalarev> Is there a way to save a workspace variable and its definition to a text file or something similar? Looking to save a long error message for troubleshooting and I can't copy/paste. There is JLD.jl but wondering if there is another way.
[slack] <SebastianM-C> for errors you could use a custom logger that writes to a file and set is as a global logger
[slack] <SebastianM-C> to save a julia variable to disk you can also use serialization
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[slack] <asinghvi17> Could capture it, then show it to file?
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[slack] <Ben T> I'm having an issue having the Juno REPL run a command line tool in shell that works in the normal Julia REPL dropping down to shell. How do I get Juno to run the same shell that I have normally?
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[slack] <Ben T> I suspect that it's not initializing the right shell, or .bashrc isn't loading, because I can do ; bash to drop back into a shell, and shodan works there.
[slack] <Ben T> I checked my settings and it's the same path as when I do echo $0 or echo $SHELL in my normal terminal.
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[slack] <Ben T> Traced this down: to be an issue in Atom that was fixed in the latest version, I was on 1.33 (1.34): atom/atom#18318
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[slack] <pfitzseb> Just for the record, the latest Atom version is 1.40.
[slack] <pfitzseb> no, but I opened a feature request (JunoLab/Juno.jl#358) -- feel free to chime in
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[slack] <aviatesk> xterm@4.0.0 works way better than the previous versions on Windows
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[slack] <pfitzseb> really? cool
[slack] <pfitzseb> switching to node-pty 0.9 might also make a big difference
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[slack] <aviatesk> Yeah, the rendering surely got faster on my machine. Hope node-pty 0.9 comes to be stable soon.
[slack] <pfitzseb> doesn't need to be stable, we can just use https://github.com/pfitzseb/node-pty-binaries
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[slack] <aviatesk> umm, so what exact version of node-pty are we using now ? I naively assumed it's 0.8.1 as dependencies of julia-client says.
[slack] <pfitzseb> yes, we are using 0.8.1
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[slack] <aviatesk> so then maybe you already has 0.9 on @pfitzseb/node-pty-prebuilt @ 0.9.0-alpha13 ?
[slack] <pfitzseb> yeah
[slack] <pfitzseb> well, kinda
[slack] <pfitzseb> it's on some commit after 0.8.1 was tagged
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[slack] <aviatesk> I'm not sure how much node-pty 0.9 makes difference, but xterm@4.0.0 & node-pty@0.9.0 vastly improves renderings on Windows, anyway. Still the annoying flickers occurs though.
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[slack] <yzcj105> Excuse me. I want to use Juno to calculate remotely, When using include(β€œβ€¦β€), it search files in my laptop or the server?
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[slack] <SebastianM-C> AFAIK it will look on the server
if the file is only on your laptop only you can manually eval it
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[slack] <yzcj105> Thank you. Maybe I should use ftp-remote-edit feature
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[slack] <mkborregaard> Yes that's the functionality used by juno to access the files on the server
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[slack] <kescobo> What do you call the pop-up panes at the bottom and right? Eg this thing:
[slack] <pfitzseb> dock
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[slack] <Nathan Daly> Dear friends: is there any way to share the REPL console in TeleType like we can share file panes? 😒 ❀️
"Please sir, may i have some more?"
[slack] <23kilpatrick23> I have not found a way. It’s my biggest gripe with teletype.
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[slack] <pfitzseb> There isn't. The easiest "solution" would be to mirror everything in the REPL into a readonly editor, which you could then share. And I know to little about the teletype internals to judge how hard proper integration would be.
[slack] <pfitzseb> Of course you could always share the same tmux session on a remote or something, but that's considerably more annoying to set up, I suppose.
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[slack] <Nathan Daly> Mmm, yeah that's a good idea! We ended up screen-sharing as well, but sharing tmux would've been a good idea
[slack] <Nathan Daly> (and then hooking up Atom to use the remote julia from the terminal, yeah? -- i've actually never done that before)
[slack] <pfitzseb> me neither, so I guess it's UB what happens if you try that πŸ˜›
[slack] <pfitzseb> but it probably breaks